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United Communal Burrow Republics
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Postby United Communal Burrow Republics » Tue Apr 27, 2021 10:58 am

Interesting. I don't think there's much for me to comment on it though, tbh. Just interesting to hear about origins like that, and thought put into nations!




The reason why carnivory and omnivory are rare on Atis is because of an infectious fungus called The Bulging Pox. This fungal species spreads by releasing spores into the air. If these spores make contact with a living creature's flesh they can use the materials from waste products to enter into a state of semi-dormancy, allowing them to survive on the skin for a near indefinite amount of time. The fungus stays in this state unless the flesh it resides on is consumed by a creature. Once the spores enter into the stomach, they enter into a second stage, in which they quickly grow and consume the creature from the inside out, spreading across the body in large blistery bulges. The infection ends as the fungus kills the creature, turning the last of its biomass into more fungus, and then using all of its energy to release a massive cloud of spores. This disease lead to a near extinction of meat eating creatures on the planet, and yet the disease is not completely eradicated, as it stays alive by chance infection of herbivores when the spores land on plants, or by the few unlucky carnivorous species that still sometimes find themselves infected.
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Great Nortend
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Postby Great Nortend » Wed Apr 28, 2021 8:57 am

That seems like it would be a very inconvenient fungus. I am surprised that it can stay alive through cooking, however. One would think it would be like a mushrump, and quickly die after being cooked. How does this fungus know that it has been consumed? What if the first creature accidentally eats some of its own flesh, such as the flesh of the lip? Can the fungus be removed by washing, if it only stays on the surface of the skin?

Nortish boys and girls are customarily confirmed at the age of 14, on Whitsun Day. Confirmation occurs during the Mass for Whitsun Day and is held at the main church of an archdeaconry. Though confirmation is properly conferred by a bishop, archdeacons are given the power to confirm. In this capacity, archdeacons wear a mitre representing the flames of the Holy Ghost at Pentecost.

During the rite of Confirmation, the confirmands are presented to the archdeacon of their deanery at the altar. Boys wear albes whilst girls wear white dresses and usually a floral wreath and veil. The archdeacon ritually “examines” the confirmands in the Catechism. Immediately following, all take an oath of liegance to the Crown which entitles them to become full subjects of the Crown with its temporal privileges upon confirmation. Then, each confirmand comes forth and kneels before the archdeacon who lays his hand on the confirmand's head, anoints his forehead with chrism and strikes his cheek. Thereby, the confirmand is confirmed and becomes a confirmed member and subject of the Church and Crown.
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The Restored Danelaw
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Postby The Restored Danelaw » Wed Apr 28, 2021 10:59 am

I'm somewhat concerned that a person can't become a legal citizen -or the closest thing to it in what I'm starting to think is basically an absolute monarchy- without being forced to convert to another religion to be honest. Is there a distinction between royal subject and citizen?
Nobility in the Danelaw, and other lands that derive their nobiliy from the Anglo-Danish model, are somewhat different than their equivalent in real life -that is to say, the Peerage of England/Britain/United Kingdom. One notable difference is the hierarchy of noble ranks. Instead of Barons (Freiherr in Germany) we have Greeves, and instead of the county-rank (which, in real life English peerage, would become an earl) we have the Greeve. The greatest difference however is the position of earl which, rather than being equivalent to a comital rank, is equivalent to the Continental Heretog or Duke. In fact, its equivalent ranks inside the Danelaw -in places where there are no earldoms- are Jarl (in most of England north of the Severn) and Heretog (in Sussex, Essex, and East Anglia).
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Postby Catsfern » Wed Apr 28, 2021 11:47 am

I Have no clue hoy nobility works, but it sounds like the structures are similar, but have their noteworthy differences. also Greeves and Greeve seem like rather similar titles for nobility.

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The Independent Republic of Mars
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Postby The Independent Republic of Mars » Wed Apr 28, 2021 12:19 pm

As far as executive branches go, the Catsfernian executive is fairly large then. Taking Commands to be their equivalent of ministries or departments, they do seem to be rather broad, and I could see such a system becoming mired in quite a bit of bureaucratic red tape. For example, what benefits are there to separating the Food and Drug Command from something more akin to an overarching department of health? Why separate Financial from Taxation, Law and Order from Organised Crime etc.?



The city-state that sees the most tourists from across the rest of Mars is unsurprisingly Elysium. The capital of the Republic of Mars was also the site of humanity’s first settlement on the Red Planet, a research base established by SpaceX in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), which now exists as part of the Museum of Human Achievement. Other popular tourist sites include the Elon Musk Museum, the Museum of Martian History, Elysium Mons, Independence Plaza, and the Palace of the Republic. Another leading tourist destination is Costa Roja, which is particularly renowned for its paradisiacal environment, high standards of living, and cultural influence. The city-state, with its unparalleled air of class, glamour, and luxury, is regarded as the undisputed jewel of the Sea of Utopia. It is also aptly nicknamed la ciudad del amor (English: the City of Love), perhaps on account of the people of Costa Roja earning a reputation for being particularly romantic and passionate individuals. The great underwater city-states of Atlantída, Kitezh, and Ryūgū also draw a great many tourists. The Tharsis Plateau hosts many famous ski resorts, whilst the Labyrinth Canyon is renowned for its phenomenal hiking trails. The majority of the Martian surface consists of vast, unspoilt nature reserves, which also draw many tourists away from their urban city-states. Though travel between Earth and Mars is restricted, other extraplanetary tourist destinations, such as orbital casinos and resorts, are subject to no such restrictions. As a result many Martians head into outer space for their holidays, though opportunities for tourism outside the orbit of Mars are few and far between.
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Great Nortend
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Postby Great Nortend » Wed Apr 28, 2021 10:10 pm

The Restored Danelaw wrote:I'm somewhat concerned that a person can't become a legal citizen -or the closest thing to it in what I'm starting to think is basically an absolute monarchy- without being forced to convert to another religion to be honest. Is there a distinction between royal subject and citizen?
Answer :— Erbonian law recognises subjects, citizens, aliens and outlaws (although outlawry is mostly obsolete). Only a subject can vote, for instance, or hold public office. A subject however cannot hold dual nationality, which citizens can. Persons who do not attend the Church of Nortend can take the oath in front of a magistrate; otherwise, they will lose their subjectship and become citizens only.

That all seems very exciting. I'm not sure whether I would like to go to Mars, however, nor visit underwater cities, although it seems like I would not ordinarily be able to anyway. I assume there is oxygen in the atmosphere? I wonder how that was achieved.

Most rural farms is not easily sold except as a life estate as the law strongly protects the right of the heir to inherit the property. Furthermore, the agricultural “property” itself is merely a right to use common land, as the actual freehold of the land itself is in the hands of the yeoman, a petty lord of the manor. Only a small piece of land containing the house and garden (messuage and curtilage) is held as freehold. When property is transferred, including by descent, however, the law requires the physical taking delivery of a symbolic portion thereof, whether it is the key or door ring for the transfer of a house and garden, or a clump of turf for the transfer of the entire manorial estate. This is called livery of seisin.
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Postby Menschlicher Sternenstaat » Sun May 02, 2021 1:25 pm

The multiple trappings of rural real estate within your nation seem interesting, especially as it lends historicity to old medieval functions of estates and land in Western Europe.
For the civilian population, the Sternenstaat enforces a six-hour work day for compulsory labor for four days a week, with Friday being available for optional weekly overtime and most jobs allowing daily overtimes of two extra hours. Primary and secondary schooling also follows a similar schedule, both of these schedules are enforced regardless of the dating and time systems of individual planets or space stations.

The government's high incentivization for overtime work has lead to many civilians nevertheless working for five days a week, but most still abide to the six-hour work days and do not necessarily pursue two or more hours of overtime. These incentives include minor tax breaks, higher overtime stipends compared to other nations, and more clearances being available for the individual and their family in question.

The military and paramilitary organizations of the Sternenstaat do not follow these schedules due to the variable and often arduous tasks soldiers are given.

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A m e n r i a
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Postby A m e n r i a » Sun May 02, 2021 2:21 pm

Ngl you had me in the first half. I thought it was another oppressive state or something, but good if the people are doing all that work of their own free will.


R1 (this universe) is made with some intentional references to Chinese history, despite being 28 years in the future. One of these references is the Four Great Beauties of Amenria, a reference to the Four Great Beauties of China.

The first one was The Cycle, who, like Diaochan, was so beautiful she changed history, which, in her case, was cause a now-defunct government to nuke one of its own cities. Although nobody is sure if she was born Asian, any body part cut off her will regrow into another instance of her, but with an appearance that is tailored to her attacker's preferences, or that of another target she has in mind, which explains instances of her existing in Amenrian (formerly Chinese) lands. Her nature is mysterious and nobody has figured out what she actually was, although she has been called a demon and a monster. All instances of her are presumably killed by a team assembled by the next Great Beauty...

Michelle Miao. Named Camille in previous versions of Amenria, Michelle is a vampire who was not only born with beauty, but knew exactly which buttons to press to which men. While her vampire genes did give her advantages in this field, mainly pale skin and a willowy frame, she also has relatively large eyes, and talent in hair, makeup, and fashion. While she was a villain in her late teens up to her early twenties, she began to repent in her mid twenties after being confronted by an old foe and realizing how much damage she did to him and ended up marrying him. However, several years later, she abandoned him and their twin children for an unknown purpose.

While the other two Great Beauties will not be spoiled much here, the third is a kumiho. There has been no discussion whether the fourth will be human. If she was, she'd be the only human with the title.
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The Black Remnant
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Postby The Black Remnant » Sun May 02, 2021 6:00 pm

Interesting, the Cycle sounds almost like a Hydra-type character, and Michelle...although lacking in the unique concept department, is definitely one with potential. The identities of the latter two being unknown is a neat touch, and I wonder what they will be. Two questions, though:
1. Is there a way to stop Cycle from generating additional instances?
2. How varied can the Great Beauties be?



The Void is currently united under the power of an artifact known as the Voidheart. In a normal scenario, the Voidheart would unite the Void under the will of its bearer. The modern Lord of Shades, however...is a unique case.

Shortly after His ascension, the bearer of the Voidheart-a Vessel named Ghost-willingly gave up the Voidheart to the Lord of Shades and left the conglomerated entity that the newborn God was. They helped people recover in the initial years following the Infection's end, rapidly maturing now that Hallownest's stasis had been lifted, and in the modern day live with their adoptive father, Nailmaster Mato, up in the Howling Cliffs; a vast ridge overlooking the wastes beyond Hallownest. Their siblings, Hollow and Hornet, have maintained correspondence over the years, but ever seeing them in the same place is rare; Hollow living in the Lower Greenpath with the White Lady, Hornet ruling Deepnest, and Ghost preoccupied with mastering the Nail. They are most frequently seen in public purchasing goods in Dirtmouth, a town on the surface, and in the Upper Greenpath taking art lessons from a retired Nailmaster.

Synopsis: An alternate timeline of Hollow Knight where the Ancient Civilization never fell, living in the Abyss as a small but still potent power, with associated ramifications for Hallownest as a whole.
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VOICE GIVEN FOCUS:||Pale Court to induct a sixth Great Knight, Champion's Call Tournament to open in the coming Cycles||Colosseum of Fools accused of abducting endangered species for tournaments, Lord Fool declines to comment.||Districts 150-155 marked as hazard zones due to increased geothermal activity, heat expected to return to survivable levels in 5 Cycles.

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A m e n r i a
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Postby A m e n r i a » Mon May 03, 2021 8:28 am

The Black Remnant wrote:Interesting, the Cycle sounds almost like a Hydra-type character, and Michelle...although lacking in the unique concept department, is definitely one with potential. The identities of the latter two being unknown is a neat touch, and I wonder what they will be. Two questions, though:
1. Is there a way to stop Cycle from generating additional instances?
2. How varied can the Great Beauties be?



The Void is currently united under the power of an artifact known as the Voidheart. In a normal scenario, the Voidheart would unite the Void under the will of its bearer. The modern Lord of Shades, however...is a unique case.

Shortly after His ascension, the bearer of the Voidheart-a Vessel named Ghost-willingly gave up the Voidheart to the Lord of Shades and left the conglomerated entity that the newborn God was. They helped people recover in the initial years following the Infection's end, rapidly maturing now that Hallownest's stasis had been lifted, and in the modern day live with their adoptive father, Nailmaster Mato, up in the Howling Cliffs; a vast ridge overlooking the wastes beyond Hallownest. Their siblings, Hollow and Hornet, have maintained correspondence over the years, but ever seeing them in the same place is rare; Hollow living in the Lower Greenpath with the White Lady, Hornet ruling Deepnest, and Ghost preoccupied with mastering the Nail. They are most frequently seen in public purchasing goods in Dirtmouth, a town on the surface, and in the Upper Greenpath taking art lessons from a retired Nailmaster.


1. Gathering instances of her and burning them all.
2. Any combination of traits considered attractive in modern society, including, but not limited to, large eyes, straight hair, pale skin, neat teeth, oval face, or thin body.
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Kyria
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Postby Kyria » Mon May 03, 2021 4:26 pm

The Black Remnant wrote:The Void is currently united under the power of an artifact known as the Voidheart. In a normal scenario, the Voidheart would unite the Void under the will of its bearer. The modern Lord of Shades, however...is a unique case.

Shortly after His ascension, the bearer of the Voidheart-a Vessel named Ghost-willingly gave up the Voidheart to the Lord of Shades and left the conglomerated entity that the newborn God was. They helped people recover in the initial years following the Infection's end, rapidly maturing now that Hallownest's stasis had been lifted, and in the modern day live with their adoptive father, Nailmaster Mato, up in the Howling Cliffs; a vast ridge overlooking the wastes beyond Hallownest. Their siblings, Hollow and Hornet, have maintained correspondence over the years, but ever seeing them in the same place is rare; Hollow living in the Lower Greenpath with the White Lady, Hornet ruling Deepnest, and Ghost preoccupied with mastering the Nail. They are most frequently seen in public purchasing goods in Dirtmouth, a town on the surface, and in the Upper Greenpath taking art lessons from a retired Nailmaster.


Might I be correct in assuming ‘Ghost’ is a rather humble, down to Earth character then? It must have been a difficult decision that the majority of thinking beings would’ve chosen to keep the Voidheart rather than what they had done. They seem to resemble many peoples’ depictions or imaginings of player characters following their respective journeys, and it personally reminds me of fan canons regarding the Dragonborn after the events of the setting have past.

Regardless, Ghost’s decision was admirable and it is pleasing to hear they still enjoy the simpler things in life.
Kyria is a strict anthropostate - meaning that humans and humans alone are eligible for citizenship, and that rights are granted in a hierarchy with humans at the very top. Kyria has the mentality of human supremacism and codifies speciesism when encountering non-human sentient intelligences. Xenoi in particular can only receive residential status with a certain permit, and general policy is deportation or concentration into designated holdings where they can be monitored and kept in check.

The Geneva Conventions, as well as other writs on rights and proper conduct, do not apply to non-humans. In a sci-fi setting, Kyria’s xenophobia would extend to the law that no alien step foot on human worlds, and any worlds conquered would be colonised and rid of its alien inhabitants once it is sufficiently populated by humanity.
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Postby Kyria » Tue May 04, 2021 3:02 am

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Postby Sherechia » Tue May 04, 2021 3:08 am

The Geneva Conventions, as well as other writs on rights and proper conduct, do not apply to non-humans. In a sci-fi setting, Kyria’s xenophobia would extend to the law that no alien step foot on human worlds, and any worlds conquered would be colonised and rid of its alien inhabitants once it is sufficiently populated by humanity.

Sherechians are humans so I guess we are safe, do dwarves and elves count as humans though?


Instead of investing in electric vehicles, we invested heavily into biofuel vehicles, as I quote from my economy factbook:

"Most vehicles that would otherwise use regular petrol or diesel use biodiesel or ethanol. Sherechian biofuels are completely sustainable as they don't use finite crude oil in their manufacturing process. The problem, however, is that the quality of these fuels is not that good leading to poor gas mileage, most Sherechian cars have hardy engines, while they aren't efficient or powerful, they can use these low-quality fuels.

This gives high-end luxury, sport and foreign cars problems when entering the Sherechian market as they have to use regular fuel that's often rare and expensive. This however gives local manufacturers a massive advantage. Over 80% of the cars in Sherechia are from local brands. Foreign brands that do enter, especially if they are not a high-end brand must fit their cars with these special engines to have any hope of succeeding in the Sherechian market."
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The Independent Republic of Mars
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Postby The Independent Republic of Mars » Tue May 04, 2021 11:02 am

Sherechia wrote:Instead of investing in electric vehicles, we invested heavily into biofuel vehicles, as I quote from my economy factbook:

"Most vehicles that would otherwise use regular petrol or diesel use biodiesel or ethanol. Sherechian biofuels are completely sustainable as they don't use finite crude oil in their manufacturing process. The problem, however, is that the quality of these fuels is not that good leading to poor gas mileage, most Sherechian cars have hardy engines, while they aren't efficient or powerful, they can use these low-quality fuels.

This gives high-end luxury, sport and foreign cars problems when entering the Sherechian market as they have to use regular fuel that's often rare and expensive. This however gives local manufacturers a massive advantage. Over 80% of the cars in Sherechia are from local brands. Foreign brands that do enter, especially if they are not a high-end brand must fit their cars with these special engines to have any hope of succeeding in the Sherechian market."

Whilst I can understand the good intentions behind adopting biofuels, is their use really all that pragmatic or even economically viable compared to available alternatives? The vast amounts of land required for biofuel-producing plantations can lead to deforestation and environmental degradation, and with the problems you've listed yourself it seems like Sherechian consumers are getting a fairly raw deal out of it. Would these problems not have been avoided if Sherechians invested into electrical vehicles instead? Certainly would've given them a foot to stand on in the global market, at least.



The Martian struggle for independence was often compared to the revolutionary plight of the early Americans, and so it is perhaps unsurprising that the Martians drew a great deal of inspiration from the American Revolutionary War. Even before the Martian War for Independence, the Gadsden Flag had become a potent symbol for Martians to rally around (and today of derivative of this is still used as a symbol of the Martian Marine Corps), and many Revolutionary War and even American Civil War songs were adapted for use by the Martians. Indeed, the Constitution of the Republic of Mars also bears many similarities to the old US Constitution.
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Postby Sherechia » Tue May 04, 2021 11:48 am

The Independent Republic of Mars wrote:Whilst I can understand the good intentions behind adopting biofuels, is their use really all that pragmatic or even economically viable compared to available alternatives? The vast amounts of land required for biofuel-producing plantations can lead to deforestation and environmental degradation, and with the problems you've listed yourself it seems like Sherechian consumers are getting a fairly raw deal out of it. Would these problems not have been avoided if Sherechians invested into electrical vehicles instead? Certainly would've given them a foot to stand on in the global market, at least.

We use waste products, usually human and animal waste, leftover vegetable oil, or any organic material that can be turned into fuel. We only farm biofuel plantations if waste doesn't fully fill the demand or import waste from other countries.

But yeah we don't fully rely on that because of the flaws you mentioned, most of our electricity comes from nuclear.
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SHK NEWS:
1. Arkhedabad tourist decapitated by city bus in Khandaray
2. Red Guards and Calicon Star MPs throw chairs at each other in parliament session
3. Sherechian tourist arrested in Sosnogorsk for defecating on a bush in the presidential palace gardens
4. Study shows ram riding burns 12% more calories than horse riding
5. Inogo Estima's car rear-ended by his deputy who reportedly mistook the gas and brake pedals

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Postby Cornish National Liberation Army » Thu May 06, 2021 12:30 am

The Independent Republic of Mars wrote:
Sherechia wrote:Instead of investing in electric vehicles, we invested heavily into biofuel vehicles, as I quote from my economy factbook:

"Most vehicles that would otherwise use regular petrol or diesel use biodiesel or ethanol. Sherechian biofuels are completely sustainable as they don't use finite crude oil in their manufacturing process. The problem, however, is that the quality of these fuels is not that good leading to poor gas mileage, most Sherechian cars have hardy engines, while they aren't efficient or powerful, they can use these low-quality fuels.

This gives high-end luxury, sport and foreign cars problems when entering the Sherechian market as they have to use regular fuel that's often rare and expensive. This however gives local manufacturers a massive advantage. Over 80% of the cars in Sherechia are from local brands. Foreign brands that do enter, especially if they are not a high-end brand must fit their cars with these special engines to have any hope of succeeding in the Sherechian market."

Whilst I can understand the good intentions behind adopting biofuels, is their use really all that pragmatic or even economically viable compared to available alternatives? The vast amounts of land required for biofuel-producing plantations can lead to deforestation and environmental degradation, and with the problems you've listed yourself it seems like Sherechian consumers are getting a fairly raw deal out of it. Would these problems not have been avoided if Sherechians invested into electrical vehicles instead? Certainly would've given them a foot to stand on in the global market, at least.



The Martian struggle for independence was often compared to the revolutionary plight of the early Americans, and so it is perhaps unsurprising that the Martians drew a great deal of inspiration from the American Revolutionary War. Even before the Martian War for Independence, the Gadsden Flag had become a potent symbol for Martians to rally around (and today of derivative of this is still used as a symbol of the Martian Marine Corps), and many Revolutionary War and even American Civil War songs were adapted for use by the Martians. Indeed, the Constitution of the Republic of Mars also bears many similarities to the old US Constitution.

I actually giggled thinking about Martians waving around the Gadsen flag in a futuristic war, but considering the circumstances, it's kinda fitting. God bless Mars.




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Struggling to give their beautiful Celtic culture the recognition it needs and the independence it "desires", the Cornish Liberation Army is a force hell-bent on removing all English influence from Cornwall and setting it free, though they're not very good at it, it seems. Like come on, they make the Crips and Bloods look like Fredrick the Great's Prussian infantry.

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Postby Soviet Progonya » Thu May 06, 2021 7:26 am

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The Independent Republic of Mars wrote:Whilst I can understand the good intentions behind adopting biofuels, is their use really all that pragmatic or even economically viable compared to available alternatives? The vast amounts of land required for biofuel-producing plantations can lead to deforestation and environmental degradation, and with the problems you've listed yourself it seems like Sherechian consumers are getting a fairly raw deal out of it. Would these problems not have been avoided if Sherechians invested into electrical vehicles instead? Certainly would've given them a foot to stand on in the global market, at least.



The Martian struggle for independence was often compared to the revolutionary plight of the early Americans, and so it is perhaps unsurprising that the Martians drew a great deal of inspiration from the American Revolutionary War. Even before the Martian War for Independence, the Gadsden Flag had become a potent symbol for Martians to rally around (and today of derivative of this is still used as a symbol of the Martian Marine Corps), and many Revolutionary War and even American Civil War songs were adapted for use by the Martians. Indeed, the Constitution of the Republic of Mars also bears many similarities to the old US Constitution.

I actually giggled thinking about Martians waving around the Gadsen flag in a futuristic war, but considering the circumstances, it's kinda fitting. God bless Mars.




The only truly successful attack in CNLA history happened all the way back in October 1987 when a drunken operative made his way onto a roof of a high building in London, sitting near the ledge and managing to trick the populace into thinking he was going to commit suicide. As many medical and police personnel stood hoping he wouldn't kill himself, he unexpectedly pulled a grenade launcher and fired into the crowd below while throwing several hand grenades, killing around 12 people and severely injuring 30, all while drinking a 1L bottle of hard cider. After running out of explosives, he then stumbled downstairs, tripping over and colliding into a security guard who he savagely beat into a coma, before smashing a glass display holding an antique longsword and killing a further 16 people, including an entire SWAT team. He was apprehended after the alcohol caused him to pass out, and officers soon arrived to find him asleep, cuddling his blood-stained sword, surrounded by a mess of bodies.


Well, it might be the only successful attack but it sure sounds effective! I wonder how the guy got his hands on a grenade launcher. Quite impressive that he managed to take out an entire SWAT team on his own while being drunk. Maybe the CNLA should try getting more of their operatives drunk to see if it affects their performance in any way. Also this reminds me of the Demoman from tf2, being drunk and having a grenade launcher and all. Although. he is Scottish and not Cornish.

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Postby A m e n r i a » Thu May 06, 2021 2:16 pm

That's definitely sus. Something happened there and I wanna know what.

Like human teens, vampire teens get curious about their bodies too. At home, it's common to see them retract and detract their fangs repeatedly, or touch them randomly, or even test them on small objects. It's around this age they get their thirst for blood, and it's important for parents to teach them the concept of consent, as drinking from someone without consent is illegal and is considered murder if lethal and assault otherwise.

Some parents try to sidestep the issue completely by not letting them taste any blood as long as they're still living under their roof. This is, however, ill advised as it could cause psychological issues once they do taste blood when they're older. The optimal course of action is to give the teens a small amount of blood every once in a while but maintain the level of consumption low. Males tend to be more enthusiastic about blood consumption while females tend to be more curious about their fangs.

Their different circumstances make it more challenging for parents to raise vampire children than human children, especially in families where only one parent is a vampire. It's generally thought that raising vampire girls are more difficult than raising vampire boys, although at the end of the day it comes to the individual child and their parents.
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Postby The Islands of Versilia » Thu May 06, 2021 2:22 pm

When vampires are a hivelike species with no ability to retract their fangs, claws, etc., and blood being a dietary necessity since very early on in life, raising a vampire is very different to raising a human, discarding the numerous instincts and natures inherent to vampires. That all seems like a cheap young adult novel interpretation of vampirism. Embrace inhumanity.
Disregarding different variations between languages, there are 3 words used to refer to vampirekind. These are: vampire (most common), Homo Hirudinis [Commūnior/Regina] (the scientific name for the species) and álfur. The third means “elf”, and is what Versilian vampires call themselves; vampire and the scientific term aren’t used except (in rare cases) for foreign vampires and in scientific contexts respectively.

Værslendingar (Versilian: “Versilians”) - or Grænlendingar (Versilian: “Greenlanders”) -, as well as wider Nordic vampirekind, have called themselves elves for millennia as the name became attached to their own concept of their kind due to Norsemen calling them elves. Vampires and humans have coexisted since the Pleistocene and Scandinavia was inhabited by both vampires and humans. As the vampire population was relatively significantly smaller to the human population, and because of Greater Vampires’ particular talent for magic, the term elf came to be used as they were generally very isolated from human eyes, usually in caves, mountains and thick forests. Blóðàlfr ("Blóðálfur" in modern Versilian), meaning “blood elf”, was also a name used by the old Norse to differentiate vampires and other kinds of elves in their beliefs.
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I'm interested in how having a 'sister species' to us would affect the worldview of regular humans, since we'd not be alone on Earth. Perhaps the sci-fi trope of monolithic aliens, aka an entire alien species having just 1 culture, would be a lot less common.

Although appearing to be just strange black liquid, Void is one of the most diverse substances known to bugkind. Solid Void, especially Voidstone, is used to construct the vast majority of Vessel buildings, and is capable of taking on forms impossible to fossilstone and shellwood. Indeed, many structures look more grown than made. In religious art, liquid Void is injected with pigments to form stunning murals and mosaics that are capable of moving and changing at astonishing speed. Nearly all Vessel food uses Void in some form, with the 2 most basic foods in Vessel cuisine being pure liquid Void and Voidpatties, which have a texture similar to fufu or ugali and were originally made from liquid Void and the crushed shells of dead Vessels (a resource in great abundance).
Nowadays, shell-flour or dried mushroom-flour is most often used.

The only downside to the substance is the extreme toxicity of Void to non-Vessels. As a consequence, very few non-Vessels ever enter the Confederacy, as few would willingly go to a place where the very buildings and water will poison you. The few foreign diplomats who stay for long periods are required to wear cloaks imbued with Void-repellent spells when outside their embassies.
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Postby Sherechia » Fri May 07, 2021 2:01 am

Yeah I can see that void is toxic (falls of world in minecraft), but its nice to see that this deadly material has an artistic side.



Train surfing, sitting/standing on the roof of a train is legal in Sherechia and the government does try to make the sport a bit safer by making tunnels and overhead wires a bit taller so that people don't get decapitated.

Most people don't have to train surf regularly as trains usually aren't overcrowded and ticket prices are cheap. A 600km journey from Khandaray to Sakhatkhorgo costs 8 USD but many people do it because it's an adrenalin sport that's free. However safety precautions are taken, most people surf on lower-speed commuter trains, trains that generally don't exceed 100km/h top speed and would never surf on the high-speed rail that can go over 300km/h. (though some daredevils do anyway)

This "tradition" dates back to the 1960s when Sherechia had awful public transport, overcrowded trains combined with a poor population unable to afford tickets.
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The Black Remnant wrote:Interesting, the Cycle sounds almost like a Hydra-type character, and Michelle...although lacking in the unique concept department, is definitely one with potential. The identities of the latter two being unknown is a neat touch, and I wonder what they will be. Two questions, though:
1. Is there a way to stop Cycle from generating additional instances?
2. How varied can the Great Beauties be?



The Void is currently united under the power of an artifact known as the Voidheart. In a normal scenario, the Voidheart would unite the Void under the will of its bearer. The modern Lord of Shades, however...is a unique case.

Shortly after His ascension, the bearer of the Voidheart-a Vessel named Ghost-willingly gave up the Voidheart to the Lord of Shades and left the conglomerated entity that the newborn God was. They helped people recover in the initial years following the Infection's end, rapidly maturing now that Hallownest's stasis had been lifted, and in the modern day live with their adoptive father, Nailmaster Mato, up in the Howling Cliffs; a vast ridge overlooking the wastes beyond Hallownest. Their siblings, Hollow and Hornet, have maintained correspondence over the years, but ever seeing them in the same place is rare; Hollow living in the Lower Greenpath with the White Lady, Hornet ruling Deepnest, and Ghost preoccupied with mastering the Nail. They are most frequently seen in public purchasing goods in Dirtmouth, a town on the surface, and in the Upper Greenpath taking art lessons from a retired Nailmaster.


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Postby Soviet Progonya » Fri May 07, 2021 3:54 am

A m e n r i a wrote:That's definitely sus. Something happened there and I wanna know what.

Like human teens, vampire teens get curious about their bodies too. At home, it's common to see them retract and detract their fangs repeatedly, or touch them randomly, or even test them on small objects. It's around this age they get their thirst for blood, and it's important for parents to teach them the concept of consent, as drinking from someone without consent is illegal and is considered murder if lethal and assault otherwise.

Some parents try to sidestep the issue completely by not letting them taste any blood as long as they're still living under their roof. This is, however, ill advised as it could cause psychological issues once they do taste blood when they're older. The optimal course of action is to give the teens a small amount of blood every once in a while but maintain the level of consumption low. Males tend to be more enthusiastic about blood consumption while females tend to be more curious about their fangs.

Their different circumstances make it more challenging for parents to raise vampire children than human children, especially in families where only one parent is a vampire. It's generally thought that raising vampire girls are more difficult than raising vampire boys, although at the end of the day it comes to the individual child and their parents.


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Postby The Black Remnant » Sat May 08, 2021 2:00 pm

Sherechia wrote:Schlorp


That's pretty neat. I can't help but shudder at how it must feel on a hot or rainy day tho, ughh. Makes me wonder if maybe one could turn it into an actual sport with miniature train and track sets?



(For those that have viewed my previous posts in this thread, the nation has undergone a lore overhaul and is now in a radically different situation and premise)

Among the few ruins of Ancient civilization left outside the Basin, the most notable has to be the Black Egg. A massive void artifact constructed within the corpse of a great beast during the war with the Radiance, the Black Egg served as a kind of "bunker" against the Light's dream-based attacks, and was also a hub of Mould manufacturing, with the entire Egg acting as an Imprinter(A hollow structure that Moulds are inserted to for the imbuement of their will and instructions).

After the Ancients retreated to the Abyss, the Black Egg fell into disrepair over the years, with a chapter of the Mothwing Blade permanently stationed in the Black Egg's area to keep bugs out of the ancient structure due to the hazardous properties of Void.

Synopsis: An alternate timeline of Hollow Knight where the Ancient Civilization never fell, living in the Abyss as a small but still potent power, with associated ramifications for Hallownest as a whole.
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Postby Wexas » Sat May 08, 2021 9:21 pm

Honestly, I like the vibe of a giant "egg" being both a bunker and manufacturing site. The concept of such a thing is... creepy and possibly gut-wrenching, but also oddly interesting to think about. Perhaps it's for the best such a thing is... deactivated though. I'm pretty sure that if it was still around not good things would happen to a vast majority of the population.




As I briefly described in their factbook, a typical Wetlander - while white-ish in appearance, typically has some ancestry of other race. However, some Wetlanders are more overtly "mixed" than others. For example, many born in communities traditionally inhabited by large Latino populations (Such as Corpus Christi), have darker skin than their Eastern brethren and often use Hispanic names. This has unintentionally caused a divide within Wexas, with Southwest Wexas (Corpus Christi/Rockport) being influenced by Mexican/Tejano culture, Central Wexas (Matagorda/Victoria) being influenced by German/Czech culture, and East Wexas (Houston/Freeport) being influenced by African American culture. While for the most part they are the same, the most striking difference is in language, with Corpus Christians speaking a moreso Spanish dialect of Texansky, East Wexans using French loan words along with some French Grammar, and Central Wexans speaking a more Czech-influenced variant of Texansky.
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